A Bit About Rachel
Rachel is a country girl at heart and was raised on ranches across the West. She comes to Warehouse Twenty One as the Account Director, leading the account management team. Prior to joining Warehouse, Rachel was the Vice President of Strategic Account Management at Ruffalo Noel Levitz, managing account relationships with nonprofit clients in higher education, military institutions, and cultural organizations. She brings several years of account management, project management, and nonprofit background to her position, and in her former life worked as a journalist in both broadcast and print mediums.
Rachel earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Technical Journalism from Colorado State University and her Master of Arts degree in Mass Communications with a dual specialization in Public Relations and Documentary Production from the University of Denver. Through her documentary film program, Rachel was able to create two documentary passion projects: Discarded, a short film on homeless veterans, and Cowboy Ride, a personal documentary narrative about the western ranching legacy. She also was honored to work on two Emmy Award-winning television shows, Colorado State of Mind and Retired and Wired.
In her free time, Rachel enjoys training horses, working cattle, fishing, visiting family, and spending time with her awesome boyfriend, Freddi, and their dogs Reina, Sophie, Babs, and Lua. She also loves to travel and has a long list of destinations. She recently created her first bucket list and is committed to checking off as many items as possible.
“Be who you were created to be, and you will set the world on fire.”
St. Catherine of Sienna